More than 1.8 million people tuned into Greg Laurie’s new film “A Rush of Hope” over the Labor Day weekend, breaking all attendance records in Harvest Crusades’ 30-year history of holding annual outreach events.
“A Rush of Hope” aired over Labor Day weekend on dozens of online streaming and on-demand channels and over 600 radio stations. It will also air on TV in major markets across the US and on cable networks such as the ION network, WGN, and LightTV. The movie will also be released to streaming platforms and on DVD in November.
“We are breaking every record we have ever set in our history,” Laurie, the pastor and founder of the Harvest churches located in California and Hawaii, said in a video posted to social media Sunday.